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Sorry, I'm not good English :)

I'm developing CefAu3 project, it embed Chromium browser to your AutoIt program.

I'm busy and can stop it. If you want to contribute, you can fork my project and build it yourself.


Some Features:
- Easy create CEF window
- Multi-message loop
- Interaction between AutoIt and JavaScript
- Supports AutoIt binding
- Supports user events...

CEF + UDFhttps://github.com/wy3/cefau3/releases/download/releases/Cefau3.zip
Source codehttps://github.com/wy3/cefau3/archive/master.zip

CEF projecthttps://bitbucket.org/chromiumembedded/cef
Learn morehttp://magpcss.org/ceforum/

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hi! RUN mian ConsoleWrite:

[0607/174222.863:ERROR:proxy_service_factory.cc(116)] Cannot use V8 Proxy resolver in single process mode.
[0607/174222.933:WARNING:histograms.cc(40)] Started multiple compositor clients (Browser, Renderer) in one process. Some metrics will be disabled.

What's the matter?

OS windows10 x64 1803

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On 7/6/2018 at 4:44 PM, subtlelonging said:

Chào! RUN mian ConsoleWrite:

[0607 / 174222.863: LRI: proxy_service_factory.cc (116)] Không thể sử dụng trình phân giải proxy V8 trong chế độ xử lý đơn lẻ.
[0607 / 174222.933: CẢNH BÁO: histograms.cc (40)] Bắt đầu nhiều trình khách bộ sưu tập (Trình duyệt, Trình kết xuất) trong một quy trình. Một số chỉ số sẽ bị tắt.

Có chuyện gì vậy?

Hệ điều hành windows10 x64 1803

AutoIt can not run multiprocess, so it can't access full features from CEF.

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